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    October 10, 2012
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it is an exciting day because it's the first playoff game at home here for the nats. >> s is that we have not seen a whole lot in the past couple of days, bright sunshine. that's going to be the trend here after a little bit of morning cloudiness. we should be partly sunny. highs getting into the upper 60s, low 70s. >> that's a look at the skies in case you didn't know what it looked like. >> cold front across the west. that's going to bring us not a chance for rain showers but will bring us a change in wind direction. i mentioned the sunshine and warmer temperatures. will be breezy as well. you may want to bring a jacket if you are headed out to the game. we are a little cooler in the shades. ra showers staying to the north and behind that front that's approaching pittsburgh. cooler and drier air will bring in overnight locking in the cooler temperatures for the
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next couple odays. 54 out of dulles, bwi marshall. 68 degrees. forecast, high temperatures for the day, upper 60s to about 70s. we can guarantee you that we will be dry. more details on the forecast in just a minute, tony. back to you, allison and tony. tucker, thank you very much. in just a few hours, last month's terror attack in libya will take center stage on capitol hill. >> a republican-led house committee will hold a hearing focused on diplomatic security and the obama administration is facing tough new questions about the attack. sarah is back now to explain. sarah, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tony and allison. just as those hearings are about to start, the state department issued a bomb tonight, making it clear that the attacks were never part of a protest. there is now a clear rift
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between president obama's white house and hillary clinton's state department. while the administration's ambassador to the united nations first blamed the attack on a spontaneous protest and discounted the idea that terrorists had killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens, it's not clear what, if anything, she was basing that on. last night, the state department said it was not them according to one official, that was not our conclusion. this as congress gets ready for what could be explosive hearings today. when the state department's career bureaucracy takes on a leftist democratic administration and tries to separate itself from a liberal white house, you know the white house has got a big problem. >> reporter: the white house denies there was a coverup but, beyond that, there will be more questions about security at the u.s. compound with new documents showing well over 200 security-related incidents in the 14 months prior to the
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attack. congress will ask whether the state department ignored signs that could have prevented stevens' death. >> reporter: some democrats are already discounting today's hearings saying they are politically motivated. back to you, allison. >> thanks, sarah. the taliban is claiming responsibility for the shooting of a 14-year-old girl. the teen activist is mulailah mufei. she was shot twice. the unknown gunman asked for her by name and shot her in the head and neck. she is still alive but doctors say that the next few days are critical. she is an advocate for girls education which the taliban opposes. the supreme court takes up a big case today that could have an impact on college campuses nationwide. the justice will hear argument over a university of texas program that uses race as a factor in a quarter of its incoming classes. opponents say that the school
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is practicing illegal discrimination by considering race at all. the case could produce new limits on affirmative action at universities or roll it back entirely. on the campaign trail, the president and mitt romney hit ohio. the president rallied students at ohio university and mitt romney plans to spend the next few days in the key battle state as well. new jersey governor chris christie joined him. no republican won the white house without taking ohio. vice president joe biden and republican paul ryan will work to boost numbers at the postand city of danville, kentucky, are hoping for a boost as well. stores are stocking up on
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political-teamed items. the debate will be held at central college which also hosted a vice-presidential debate in 2000. two brothers face multiple charges this morning for a spring of robberies in lanham. prince george's county police arrested 24-year-old lose a tuna and mark attuna last thursday. investigators found several fire arms, ammunition, drugs, stolen property inside their home. the arrest helped police close several burglary cases in the area. well, as you know, the wait is over. it is time for playoff baseball here in the nation's capital. >> the nationals and cardinals face off in game 3 of their division series this afternoon. and dave ross and wisdom martin are live at nats park. >> good morning. >> it is such a big deal we had to have wisdom martin here with
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us. >> and we have the big guy here. >> this is really a day for the fans, correct? >> this is a historic moment n a sea soften historic firsts, the notion that we have the first baseball playoff game in d.c. in 29 years. people who came out to the parks will see something special. >> reporter: and tickets are on sale? >> standing room only. we have a limited amount. come on out early. you can still catch a 1:00 start. >> we saw video of that. this is about 100 now. that was about an hour ago. this is a hot ticket to get n we are hoping that there is only one more game tomorrow but game 5 will be played here as well if necessary. how exciting is this for the city. >> the city is buzzing. there is this energy and vibe. everyone around town. they want to talk nats baseball. they want to talk harper and
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zimmerman. >> can we get wisdom in the game? i don't know. >> tweet only. >> yes. we are launching this today. hot off the press. this says postseason nattitude. >> nice. >> for all of you coming to the game, you can get the shirts here. >> you can buy them here? only at the team's store. >> what do you meanwhile you are still in the playoffs? >> we're going to go the whole way. >> while we are still in the playoffs all through october, right? >> the whole month. >> we have something for you, too, andy. i can't give one of these to wisdom. >> i'm on a diet. >> the are cupcakes, special delivered. look at this. go nats on the cupcakes. >> i love the cupcakes. >> we'll give one of these to you and all the rest to the great p r staff here. 1:07 first pitch. cannot wait. first didn't c playoff game in
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79 years. thank you so much, andy feffer. >> back to studio right now. >> we were just saying, it's amazing, guys, what a winning team that's in the playoff for the city. it's really fantastic. >> lots of excitement. >> thank you. if you are taking metro to all the excitement, pack your patience, be prepared metro is telling everybody to avoid switching stations like len fans plaza, gallery place, metro center. take the entrance to the navy yard spatial because it sends to be a little less crowded. have your smart trip card loaded or fare card ready to go because you don't want to get stuck in the long lines at the machines. we have those listed on the website, myfoxdc.com and click on web links for more. the death toll continues to
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rise in the meningitis outbreak. >> as gas prices continue to rise, one county in maryland is considering increasing the tax. find out why, ahead. anything that will make my life easier, such as this, that's something that i will definitely try. >> life's little conveniences. if you ride metro, your trip to the grocery store just got a lot easier. we'll tell you how, after the break. it's 9:09. [ barack obama ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. [ female announcer ] he says... president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt romney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities.
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if mitt romney really "cares," wouldn't we see it in his priorities?
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maryland health officials say three more cases of fungal meningitis have been reported in the state bringing the total there to eight. the c.d.c. says nearly 120 people are reported sick across ten states including 11 deaths, but there are reports of a possible 12th death in florida. some lawmakers are calling for stricter regulation of specialty pharmacies like the one in massachusetts that made
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the steroids injection. there is outrage over a patdown of a terminally ill airline passenger. michele demage was on the way to hawaii with her family for what she calls an end of life voyage. agents asked her to lift her shirt so they could tee her feeding tubes. she asked for a special room but she was denied. an ad reads, in any war between the savage and the civilized man, support the civilized. metro says that a group can pay for a counter ad if there is space available and they pay for it drivers in montgomery county, mayor lane, could see
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even more of an increase. the montgomery council wants the state to give them the right to raise taxes. they would use that to fund road projects. it would add to 10 cents to the state's already 23 cents gas tax. it's hard to plan when you get to a grocery store. >> now you don't even have to step into a grocery store. >> reporter: walking through metro on the way to work, and you realize you are running low on milk, need to do laundry but don't have the soap, you might not be passing through a grocery store but may be passing a virtual grocery aisle. and that milk or bread could be at your doorstep when you get home. >> something that's going to make my life easier is something that i want to try.
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>> i didn't know that. >> is this something that you would be in a station. >> pea pods is trying the business. they target super busy commuters who spend about an hour in transit or waiting for transportation. >> we thought we would at least get people thinking about it and they would download the app and realize they can shop anywhere, not just in a train station but on a soccer field or wherever they are. >> reporter: once you download the pea pod mobile app, you scan the bar code. you can get cleaning supplies, pasta, i shall few. you can use from 11,000 different product once on the app. all the nutritional information right at your fingertips and perhaps greater control. >> from a budget perspective,
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you could know how much you want to spent. you get over that amount, you take that stuff over the card. >> if i had a mart tone, i would do that. >> if the food came out of my phone, i would do it. >> pea pod says they will soon be up at every major transportation ray railway in the d.c. area. in the newsroom, laura evans, fox 5 news. >> that's real convenient but still not convenient for that guy. >> that's pretty funny. >> if the food comes out. i think that's great. >> i love it. >> i don't have a smart phone yet. >> yes. >> i'll get one at some point. >> it's almost like the future is here now aren't it is. >> i love it. that's cool. >> kind of cool. >> we want to take a moment this morning to congratulate two americans who, just hours ago, won the nobel prize in chemistry. robert leftkowitz is an investigators with the howard hughes institute in chevy chase and a professor at north carolina. and the other one is brian
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kobilka from stanford university. the men study how cells respond to outside stimulus. >> that's scientific. >> when was the last time you checked facebook or twitter. you could be addicted. we'll explain ahead. >> i know that's one thing i do not have a problem wnchts you do not and the holiday shopping list for the super rich is out. find out what a whole lot of money can buy you and game 3 of the series with the card numbers the weather is holding up. your forecast from tucker ahead. plus, stick around. nats jen raw manager mike rizzo joins us live at 9:45. can you feel it? n you feel it?
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pamela howze: it just seems like such an... infringement on our lives. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restrict us, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising. can't get enough of facebook or twitter? turn out social media are more
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addicting that cigarettes and sex. that's according to a study out of the university of chicago. participants could last 30 minutes without checking facebook or twitter. the study's lead author says that people can be addicted to social media because it's free, accessible and harder to turn down. >> >> you do the math. pretty soon, you will be able to get the items you want to on facebook. the company is coming out with want button. they are also testing a collect button which would allow users to specify which items they would like in a retailer's collection and which items they want all right, allison. listen up. neiman marcus is out with the christmas wish list book. what is inside this year? for $30,000, can you give someone a walk-on role in the musical annie. or if fancy cars are your your
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style, how about a $250,000 luxury sports car. that's a good-looking car. but the most expensive gift comes in at more than one million dollars. a pair of his and her catches and a trip to parris. can i say i'm not loving those watches? >> right. >> not for a million dollars. >> why is that so expensive? >> you can get to parris for a few thousands bucks. >> if you want to buy me one of those, give me a role in the musical annie. i will steal the show. >> for $30,000, you should be able to do more. coming up, gm mike rizzo will be were dave ross and wisdom martin. >> i wonder what he will predict. and holly morris is live at
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4h. >> remember charlie and charlie? they won the challenge. future scientists. you rock. in fact, this whole day rocks. it is the national 4h science day. it's all about getting kids excited. we'll check in with their brilliant minds coming up. stay with us. let me tell you how i will create 12 million jobs
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when presidident obama couldn'. first, my energy independence policy means more than three million new jobs. many of them in manufacturing. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates seven million more. and expanding trade, cracking down on china, and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message.
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♪can you feel it? can you feel it? ♪ >> that's the part that we want to hear on the air. i can feel it. i've never been to a game. i never had the pleasure to route for the nats. but i can feel it. >> tucker has been there a few times. yes, i have been there. >> well, i would change that.
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>> that's more than ah-hah. >> what's the name? >> take on me. >> maybe you need to hear michael come in. listen. here he comes. ♪ can you feel it? ♪ [ laughter ]. >> of course. enjoy. that's what we've been waiting for. >> that's a good song to get you build up the anticipation. >> all right. i'm ready. we only have a couple of hours left. >> are you going? >> i'm not going. watching on tv. >> me, too. >> how many of the standing room tickets are left. >> they have not. >> i have seen the standing room people. >> you get to stand n no matter what? lots of space. >> you can stand around the stadium. you won't see anything if you are outside. >> but you can say, i was there. >> that's what people do sometimes. >> yeah. >> tucker, what is it going to be like? >> the weather will cooperate. that's the good news. cool temperatures, rain on and
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off the last few days but it's going to be beautiful. >> that's a good sign for the nats. we are looking at partly to sunny conditions, not completely sunny today but a lot better. we'll top out at about 70. will be breezy. if you are out in the shade, you might want to bring a jacket because it's going to be cool with the breeze out of the west at 10 to 15. maybe they'll be a factor in the game. we saw the live shots. plp at this of sunshine across the area. we are cool overnight. temperatures in the mountains up to the north and west, clear skies into the 30s. winchester, 39. 50 degrees for you and 59 in frederick. you mentioned the warmer temperatures upper 60s to about the 70s. should be plenty of sunshine. a lot brighter than what we had right here. there is a look at the satellite radar, we are getting
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the fog out of here thanks to this cold front. rain showers scooting off to our north here. pennsylvania and new york will have a chance for showers. i don't see we'll see any rain out here but you will notice the wind out of the front. behind that front late today and tonight, winds will pick up out of the north and west and that will reinforce the shot of cool air here. the game likely to be cooler with high temperatures tomorrow in the 60s. the trend will keep the temperatures on the cool side. about 70 today and upper 60s tomorrow. nice streak here of sunny days ahead. early clouds. we get rid of the afternoon sun. a little breezy at times and the accu weather seven-day forecast cooltomorrow.
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62 degrees. and lots of sunshine. hopefully we'll get baseball going right into the weekend. high 70s, lots of sunshine. hopefully we'll get more day games next week. allison, tony? the signs are pretty good in dupont. >> you may have seen my tutorial with lone anderson on traffic circle. apparently this driver missed ask allison. he drove right into the middle of logan circle, parked there, an then drove on the sidewalk before exiting. i feel so sad. the video was posted online. >> it's free parking, tucker says. >> go to myfoxdc.com and click "ask allison". >> somebody is blowing the horn. >> really? >> you have been watching last
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week. >> yeah. it's 4h national youth science day. this morning, students from our area are getting a glimpse into the future of science engineering and math. >> holly joins us live in chevy chase with more. all the studies point to this field being so lucrative, still, even with all the economic downturn and all that. what a great field to be for young people. >> reporter: that's a great field because there is a lot of demand. we come way short when it comes to people in science and technology in this country. the truth is that there are a lot of problems. you are looking at the brilliant minds that might come up with those answers and they are getting that bug by being here today as part of the 4h nationalout science. the concept is simple. if we get a million new
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scientists, then maybe we get a million new ideas that come from these little brains. this year, it's the eco bot challenge. we are in the middle. we had a changeover. we have a new group of students coming in, anxiously awaiting the instructions. but i have avery here with the d.c. charter school. avery was part of the challenge last year. i remember, we were here. we did the wind turbine. >> yes. me and my friend was walking by. you live in maryland, and his school was going to this and i wanted to go with him. >> reporter: because you had so much fun last year? you were going back? >> no, i wanted to be with the robotics club. >> reporter: now you are on the good side because with the robotics club. what do you like about science? >> i love science because it's a lot of theories and things that you can learn. scientists do everything, math,
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reading and other things and study. >> reporter: and so how are your grades? >> my grades, i'm on -- we have not gotten ours yet. this is the beginning of the year. but over the years before, you have done pretty well, i understand? >> yes >> reporter: and what do you want to be when you grow up. >> an as tron her. >> reporter: good for you. >> you can hear as she is doing the announcement and doing the challenge. i'm going to ask you not to listen to her for a second and talk to me. >> my name is jaguire. >> reporter: do you know what you have to do here today? >> yes. >> reporter: any idea how to make the robot? what's your idea? >> my idea is that we're going to take this kooft truck and these two batteries and put them together to put in a cub so we can clean off
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>> reporter: got you. you think this is going to be an effective way to clean up the spill that you guys created? >> yes >> reporter: ready to try? >> yes >> reporter: your name? >> joshua >> reporter: tell me what you think about science. >> i like to them i like robots. i always dreamed of making a robot. i watch transformers and i watch them change into robots. >> reporter: my favorite thing is that you like to think. what would you like to be when you grow up. >> professional basketball player. >> reporter: they have to think in a different kind of way. very good. good luck with that. your name? >> lucy. >> reporter: i remember you from last year? >> yes >> reporter: now you are back hoping people to dot challenge? >> uh-huh >> reporter: what's your best advice for them? >> when you are making the area around at spill, you want to use like the angle to your advantage and it kind of like turns so that the robot cannot
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turn over any time. >> reporter: did you guys hear that? did you take notes? because i think lucy is in the know when it cops to that. how did the first group do? >> they did really well. i was at another table and they actually won. >> reporter: you were with charlie and charlie in. >> yes. >> reporter: we talked to them. what would you like to be? >> i would like to be a doctor. >> reporter: good four. what kind? >> probably with babies and stuff. >> reporter: very good. an obstetrician. very good. a girl with goals. they actually have great goals here. myfoxdc.com is the website. we have a link to 4h. >> i love when i can be with smart kids. makes me feel good about the future. >> we love seeing it. thank you. a popular comic is headed to the big screen. find out which celebrity couple is mentioned hunting. when i was younger and... financially stable. we were poor. the mgm casino in michigan. and it changed her life. clerk. way up. insurance... and i make great money. seven will create... twelve thousand jobs. to accountants... and construction workers. place to work with good pay...
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when presidident obama couldn'. first, my energy independence policy means more than three million new jobs. many of them in manufacturing. my tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates seven million more. and expanding trade, cracking down on china, and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new jobs. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message.
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e t phone home. >> it has been 30 years since e. t. rode into our life. elliott says that the end of the movie still leaves him choked up. >> like everybody else in the world, you know. >> charlie brown and his peanuts pals are headed to the big screen. the beloved characters from charles schultz will hit theaters in 2015. it will come out november which will mark the 50th anniversary of the peanut script. things are heating up between can yes kanye and kim kardashian. they looked for a home.
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kim will spend the next four months filming a reality show with kortney. maybe they are just looking for a place to film the reality show. >> or looking for a big enough space when they divorce. he is embarking on a 20- city u.s. tour. chris cab joins us live in studio to talk about his debut e. p. and he will perform. >> we are looking forward to it. plus, the nats are coming down the home stretch. >> the countdown continues to the team's first ever home playoff game. yes, a matter of hours. 10:00 many 2 the1:07 the first pitch. we'll catch up with mike rizzo. are you ready ?
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[ female announcer ] he says... president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt romney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities. if mitt romney really "cares," wouldn't we see it in his priorities?
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♪take on me >> you know that song. a one-hit wonder from ah-hah will be here. why are we are playing it? >> that's the song that plays when michael morse comes to the plate late in the game. so they contacted the band, saying, they would play live? >> they would. >> first pitch for game 3 with the cards is just a few hours away and dave ross and wisdom martin have been live at nats
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park with one of the men responsible for building a winner. good morning. i had no idea that ah-hah is performing. it would be nice to hear those guys if and when the world series comes here to d.c. and here responsible for that is mike rizzo. did you think it would come too soon? baseball has only been here since 2005. >> we felt pretty good about ourselves. we felt pretty good about it. prognosticators felt that we were ahead of schedule but davey and i felt that we could be really having a chance to play in the postseason. >> reporter: when davy said that in spring training and you followed up on the comments, people thought, come on. they are just whistling dixie. but this is the best home record, and best record in the
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league. we went to st. louis to accomplish one goal, to get a split on the road and take it home. we win a series here at home, we move on. that's all we are worried about. winning series and moving on to the next level. we'll take a step back after this thing is all said and done and looking at our accomplishments. right now, that's just grinding it out, game by game, series by series. >> people are saying, this is a young team, going up against the defending champ. how important was it for these guys to say, we are here for the first time and won the first game. >> first gaming second game, didn't matter. we had to come out of there with a split, give yourselves a chance to win at home, recapture homefield advantage. mission was accomplished. we set out what we had to do to win two and the cherry on top of the sunday, you know. but here we are with a chance to take 2 out of 3 and win the series here at home and we move on. >> edwin jackson going on
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today, the big right hander that you brought in. tell me about edwin. 10 win this is year. confident in his ability? >> he is a tough guy, has been in the postseason before. he is battle tested. he was not going to be intimidated by the occasion. we played a lot of big games this season, had had a lot of trials and tribulation which made this team grow. >> when you talk about the surroundings, you are talking about this nats home crowd. do you expect this to be a true homefield advantage? >> i do. >> you could feel in the last month or so as the energy started to reverberate around the ballpark. it was electric. the fan base was energized and fired up. and they do have an effect on the game. they fired these players up and it gives us a little added
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jolt. >> as the gm, you don't just get to sit there and watch the game today. you are also working. >> you did something for your scouts. tell us what you did? >> this is a family. this is a team thing. so, we're going to bring in all the scouts, people in the background, minor league managers, coaches, trainers that have been out there, grinding away all year and they are in the background to see them rewarded. >> you hear the sirens. everybody is fired up for this game for that 1:07 start. people are still lining up. nice to see that -- obviously, you know, we are a sport town, football town, nice to see this this is a baseball town. i'm from chicago which is a good sports town. d.c. fans have taken to this ball club. i love the fan base, you know, in the last couple of years. it's been fielding, been growing. but they really did a great job
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this season. and especially down the stretch where they added some energy and some good vibes to the ball club. >> very good. mike rizzo, the gm of the nationals. thank you. let's take two out of three. >> love it. >> it's exciting. it's 1:07. we are literally just hours away from the first playoff game here in washington, d.c. >> great work. get all the big guys to come out. appreciate it. he is only 19 years old. he already has an impressive risumi. singer chris cab has worked closely with t payne, wycliffe jean, has more than 7 million youtube hits. his e p titled rise is here. he is performing here at the u street music hall this evening. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you, tony. >> 19 years old. i know this is the beginning
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for you, really. you have to be thrilled with how things are starting. >> i'm super happy and super fortunate and blessed to be here and want to work hard and happy to work hard. >> from what i have read, your first time in the studio to record was when you were 13 years old. your father brought some time for you? >> i begged him for a long time. he was like, that's expensive. i don't know about that. he took me to meet ferrell. he had a friend of a friend who knew ferrell. he says this is a real test. if your friend says you are good. >> and ferrell said you are good? >> yes. >> is he still a mentor for you? >> yes. he is like a friend. he checks in every time to make sure that i have everything i need. >> explain how you characterize your music if you characterize it at all because you seem to have a wide variety of influences. you opened for oar, the
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ferrell, wycliffe connection. >> my music is a fusion of different genres and all fused together. i'm have miami and also cuban. miami is a melting pot of cultures. when you get down there, that's a whole lot of cultures. it's fused together. that's how i did to my music and that's due to the ipod generation. you get to listen to all kinds of genre and not certainly records. we can go online and find anything that you you want. >> i want to show you the cover of the disk again. it's call rise. how many tracks? >> five tracks on it. >> available on itunes as we speak. tonight, you're going to be performing at the u street music hall. we have the information about that show time is 7:00. there are still some tickets available. check it out. we have more information about it on our website as well. >> what are you going to play for us? >> good girls don't grow on trees. >> you're going to do is acoustically? >> yes. >> the version i wrote, i
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cowrote with ferrell and produced by wycliffe. >> good girls don't grow on trees. i love it. ♪ ♪ hey, man, i've learned my lesson ♪ ♪ got the good girls ♪ learned my lesson, instead of spending time sexting them up. ♪ good girls don't grow on trees ♪ ♪ got the call from my girl ♪ good girls don't go on tree ♪ ♪ she helped me get my world inside, she held my heart inside. now it hurts every time i think about every night ♪ the morning brought the painful sun ♪ no word on what i've done ♪
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a family can make... realizing a nursing home is the only choice. for many middle class families, medicaid is the only way to afford the care. but as a governor, mitt romney raised nursing home fees eight times. and as president, his budget cuts medicaid by one-third and burdens families with the cost of nursing home care. we have a president who won't let that happen. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approved this message. wants to go out to the fellows one more time? >> at nats park, dave and wisdom. good morning. >> look at you stars. >> men in black. >> it's so hot out here ya all, it's 71 degrees. >> i don't remember tucker barnes talk about this.
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oh, he did. >> he did. >> jackets. >> you can see some beads of sweat on wisdom's face. maybe, maybe, with hd. >> you have been here over ten years? >> 18 for me. that's 28 between us. you have ever felt this? >> it's huge. we felt it with george mason when they did their thing. >> in the final four. >> but this is huge. this is so long in the making. eight decades ago. this is 79 years. >> mayor was here. >> and mike rizzo. >> and mike rizzo made a good point. this is not the end but the beginning. as pumped up as we are for game 1 at home, could you imagine what this place would be like for a world series? >> the t-shirts and madness and people getting tickets.
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>> what time did you get here? >> about 4:30. people were lining up to get tickets. standing room only tickets. >> $30. >> $30. >> still over there. >> we are told those are going to go fast. tony and allison, if you didn't get yours, we can't help you out. >> we'll be sitting in the suite. >> the presidential suite. that's how we are rolling. >> the nats are already winners with a great record this year, getting this town excited and all that. i do think they're going to win today. >> i do, too. i get the feeling. >> they have been the best team in baseball all season at home. >> not only will they win it today but they're going to close it out. >> i'm going total homer here. >> i agree with that total homer. let's go nats. [ laughter ]. >> thank you, both, very, very much. >> thank you. >> tucker? >> all right. headed to the game, 70 degrees at game time. should be a beautiful afternoon. a little breezy. bring on the jackets if you're going to